- With backgrounds in governance and management in the arts and social enterprise, co-directors Gwilym Gibbons and David Williams are Creative Help – we are a consultancy practice born of a deep-seated belief in social justice and the ability of people and businesses to transform lives and communities.
- We believe you have the answers to your challenges and our role is to take a creative approach to support your expertise through facilitation, coaching and consultancy. We also recognise that simply providing practical targeted creative help may be best for you, because sometimes just a little extra resource to jump the hurdle is enough.
People – At Creative Help we love learning new things and meeting new people – we also love creating bespoke teams from our expert associate partners when appropriate.
Profit – As a responsible business, we believe in profit with purpose: we love to make a difference and that comes first.
Planet – We do our best to work sustainably, taking the train, being digitally nimble and mobile. We also check out our supply chain as we look for ongoing improvements.
We believe that responsible businesses have a social enterprise mindset of profit with purpose.
We support companies who are or aim to be responsible businesses and that means we are interested in hearing from businesses who share these values – private, public, third sector and everything inbetween.
When appropriate, we work with a network of specialists.
Our expert associate partners have real-world experience and skills to support social value driven people and profit with purpose companies.
We work with organisations and individuals through periods of change and high pressure. With a particular expertise in large-scale capital projects.
We offer useful, practical, creative support: mainly through coaching, facilitation and managment consultancy.
We are creatives at heart.
We love to develop and produce new creative work: events, festivals, film projects and theatre.
Founder & Director
Gwilym brings extensive experience of client-side management and leadership of large-scale complex capital building projects.
David Williams FRSA is an experienced coach, facilitator and consultant including roles as chief executive, board member and chair. David supports the critical relationship between senior managers and boards.
Lynda brings her passion for detailed, precise and practical challenges of biological research to the world of creative project management.
Arts Buildings Scotland
A proposition for cultural buildings in Scotland to stimulate a discussion about the future.
Support for Capital Project Development
A new consultancy-bridging service that seeks to support architectural practices in their work with clients and clients in their work with architects.
Get in touch
At Creative Help, we love to help people and places create. Drop us an email today and find out how we can help you and your organisation.